Brad Richardson scored two goals and added an assist, and Eddie Lack posted his fifth NHL shutout to lift the Vancouver Canucks to another road win, 3-0 over the short-handed Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night.
The Canucks, in the midst of a season-high, seven-game trip, won their league-best 11th road game. Vancouver, which has won five of six overall, beat the Penguins in...
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The Pens are dealing with injuries and suspensions, and while that isn’t a catch-all excuse for the Pens losing, it’s definitely something to keep in mind before you get all worked up.
3. Eddie Lack. Only had to make 20-some saves, but he was solid enough to keep the puck out of the net. Pens’ best chance came when Crosby missed the wide-open net in the first...
Ryan Miller was supposed to be the focus of a recent interview, but fellow goaltender Eddie Lack stole the show thanks to some difficulties he had with his shirt.
EA Sports creates some of the biggest video games around especially with the soon to be released NHL15. Vancouver Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack will be featured in the game and had to head down to the EA Sports’ Capture Lab to get his head shots this week.
Vancouver Canucks goalie Eddie Lack deserves some credit for not getting down on himself after giving up a goal from center ice to Calgary Flames forward Brian McGrattan during the second period of Saturday's game.McGrattan's goal broke open the scoring, but Lack redeemed himself by not allowing another goal. Lack was named the #1 star of the game as the Canucks beat the Flames...
Vancouver Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack probably won’t start his team’s Heritage Classic outdoor game against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday, but he will still look good on the bench.
The 26-year-old backup unveiled a special Sweden-themed mask he will wear for the game. Included in the design are pictures of former Swedish legends who played for the Canucks, including Markus...
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The Vancouver Canucks will be looking to bounce back against the Chicago Blackhawks tonight after being soundly beaten last night in Big D. While the loss to the Stars was a disappointing one a new challenge against an old rival is the best way for the team to back on track on the road.